Any sanitation system is subject to strict rules and therefore the use of a plumber is important to ensure an installation up to standards. You want to first choose the proper material and there are many sorts of pipes in several materials, more or less compatible to provide or discharge.
The choice of coating piping there is two sorts of coating:
Advantages: Coatings are aesthetic, resistant, and may be recycled. PER (high-density cross-linked polyethylene) pipes don't scale and are very immune to corrosion. They also limit sound pollution within the pipes. PER pipes don't scale and are very immune to corrosion. They also limit sound pollution within the pipes.
Disadvantages: It requires installation administered by the principles of the art, with welds. To be reserved for knowledgeable.
PER piping; an alternative to the copper PER pipe may be a multilayer pipe combining the benefits of copper pipes and people of synthetic pipes. Its fields of application: Water distribution: sink, bathroom sink, shower, bath, tap, WC, washer, etc. PER pipes are sensitive to expansion and their bending curve is restricted.
They also require specific fittings PVC, more reserved for evacuations there are several sorts of PVC pipes intended PER pipes are sensitive to expansion and their bending curve is restricted.
They also require specific fittings. PVC, more reserved for evacuations there are several sorts of PVC pipes intended for the evacuation of wastewater and rainwater, an application long reserved for lead, now prohibited. Its fields of application: PVC-EU, for the evacuation of wastewater. PVC-EP, for the evacuation of rainwater.
PVC-C for evacuating water that will contain chemicals or corrosives. For the water system, super chlorinated PVC or pressure PVC or PVC-C or HTA 2 pipes (for individuals) are used. For the spreading of septic tanks: perforated PVC must be used.
Advantages: Reasonable price, easy to use. Cons: PVC expands tons, an element to think about during installation. Heating for radiators and heated floors, although plumbers often prefer PB (polythene) pipes.
What sort of piping for specific uses?
Certain uses require pipes specifically designed for better resistance. The seamless pipe or super chlorinated PVC or pressure PVC or HTA are often wont to supply hot or cold water: sink, washer, dishwasher, sink, bathtub, shower, hot-water heater. It's anti-corrosion and thus tolerates the passage of chemicals.
Excellent insulator and non-flammable
It’s also ideally used for heating. It is often easily connected to other sorts of pipes using mixed fittings. The multilayer pipe, available in PER, PVC, or coating, is UV resistant. It doesn't require soldering and is screwed onto the remainder of the installation, for supply or evacuation, because of fittings. It is often cut or bent if necessary. Its uses: For the sink, the laboratory, the bath, the shower, the taps, the WC, the washer, the dishwasher, etc. The flexible hose is especially utilized in difficult access. For cold or predicament supply: rubber hoses covered with a braided steel tube.